Sentence for sacrifice | Use sacrifice in a sentence

Sacrifice sentence examples. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use sacrifice in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for sacrifice.

  • Hither to the sacrifice! (10)
  • I lay no stress on sacrifice. (10)
  • No sacrifice on any side worth the name. (4)
  • The old man pounced on the word sacrifice. (10)
  • She looked a captive borne to the sacrifice. (10)
  • He would sacrifice his best friend to a phrase. (9)
  • I shall be glad to sacrifice all of mine to you. (9)
  • I sacrifice everything I can for it, in decency. (10)
  • But why, why had he hidden his sacrifice from her? (10)
  • Do you mean that he would ever sacrifice you to Mr. (9)
  • All his manhood scoffed at such a senseless sacrifice. (8)
  • But I judge your form of chivalry is sacrifice to the state. (8)
  • But whatever you put up now to distract her, you sacrifice. (10)
  • Her energy had returned to her with the sense of sacrifice. (10)
  • Her energy had returned to her with the sense of sacrifice. (22)
  • As for beauty, I would sacrifice that to circulate gumption. (10)
  • The sacrifice flouted conception; it mocked the steady morning. (10)
  • The sacrifice flouted conception; it mocked the steady morning. (22)
  • By an apparent sacrifice, the lady thus obtained what she wanted. (10)
  • I hoped I was perfectly equal to any sacrifice of that description. (4)
  • Is there any sacrifice I could ask that would be too hard for you? (10)
  • It was plain that I must make a sacrifice to the gods of shipwreck. (2)
  • He too had a sacrifice to make to Mansfield Park as well as his aunt. (4)
  • The singer was unknown, and was generally taken for another sacrifice. (10)
  • Think whether she is capable of sacrifice before you compel her to it. (10)
  • But let us sacrifice something to the ceremonial tradition of the emotions. (12)
  • It was hard to leave so many shining boots, but one must sacrifice something. (8)
  • She was for grand marriages: not I. I could make, I could not be, a sacrifice. (10)
  • In this state of subjugation he will joyfully sacrifice as much as a man in love. (10)
  • He called it a sacrifice, and demanded it of her goodness and self-command as such. (4)
  • We cannot afford to sacrifice the reputation of English arms; it would be suicidal. (18)
  • What do you think will happen, Joe, when we are no longer obliged to sacrifice ourselves? (8)
  • I flee from myself, and yet cry out after myself, and am the sacrificer and the sacrifice. (12)
  • He leaves Northamptonshire so soon, that even this slight sacrifice cannot be often demanded. (4)
  • No pagan image consulted with flowers and song and sacrifice could have returned less answer. (8)
  • All Marvelled at the sacrifice, But the battle, swinging dim, Rang off that axe-blow for him. (10)
  • Perhaps my terrible sacrifice in leaving you two in uncertainty and want will move it to pity. (12)
  • I would give almost any personal sacrifice if I could restore my little Mollie to her strength. (18)
  • Could he accept from her such a sacrifice, exact a daily misery, see her droop and fade beneath it? (8)
  • Certain it was that he could not be ready a second night for the sacrifice he had been about to perform. (10)
  • The old man released her, and Rhoda undid her hands from him, and led the pale Sacrifice to another room. (10)
  • I thought it would touch him to see how much I could sacrifice just to get an excuse for begging him to start. (10)
  • We do not slay damsels for a sacrifice to propitiate celestial wrath; nor do we revel in details of slaughter. (10)
  • If he would only learn that the value of a sentiment is the amount of sacrifice you are prepared to make for it! (8)
  • He could accept that willingness for supreme sacrifice and exult in it because of the supreme truth as he saw it. (9)
  • Her spirit should so manifest its capacity for sacrifice that she would be first with him through sheer nobility. (8)
  • And again he gathered his pride as a cloak, and defied the world, and gloried in the sacrifice that degraded him. (10)
  • She thought that haply this devoted heart was predestined to be the sacrifice which should bring her round to Alvan. (10)
  • The effect of something said with conviction by one who has evidently made a sacrifice to say it is ever considerable. (8)
  • They were sure that no daughters could be more perfectly considerate and ready to sacrifice everything to their father. (10)
  • He had not yet broken the tender charm sufficiently to think that he must tell her the sacrifice she would have to make. (10)
  • Forget himself for a minute, forget that it mattered what he did, forget that whatever he did he must sacrifice something. (8)
  • He was not reconciled to the sacrifice because it seemed the happiness, or at least the will, of the nature which made it. (9)
  • Perhaps he did move the stolid old Englishman a little, he was so vehement, and made so visible a sacrifice of his pride. (10)
  • Was this her way of letting him know that she knew what his mother wished, and that she was willing to make the sacrifice? (9)
  • But all that has been said assumes the cheerful sacrifice of the particular author who must stake his all upon his single talent. (16)
  • We have lived with him all his life, and we know him ready to make any sacrifice; only, he does demand the whole heart in return. (10)
  • At a certain age honest men made sacrifice of their liberty to society, and he had been ready to perform the duty of husbanding a woman. (10)
  • Mrs. Brinkley gave him her hand with an effect of compassionate intelligence and appreciation of the sacrifice he must have made in leaving Alice. (9)
  • The old idea of retribution, that barbaric conception of blood sacrifice, tormented him, as it torments the most sceptical in the hour of crisis. (13)
  • Alphonse spoke of the artist and his duty to his art, my father of the wise diplomatist who manipulated individuals without any sacrifice of principle. (10)
  • Altogether to surrender his rope and file was a fearful sacrifice, after all the time, trepidation, and study he had spent on those two saving instruments. (10)
  • At present we have no Government; only shifting Party Ministries, which are the tools of divers interests, wealthy factions, to the sacrifice of the Commonwealth. (10)
  • And although then, as now in criticism of political affairs, insincere men would sacrifice their standards to their popularity, they would still reflect public opinion. (16)
  • Their taking her home, and affording her their personal protection and countenance, is such a sacrifice to her advantage as years of gratitude cannot enough acknowledge. (4)

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